HOw does this level up to the p2 for freeriding?
I don't know.
33 lbs. isn't bad IMO....
Jamis makes good bikes & that bike has a good component package.
Manitou forks are cheaper than 'Zocchi, that's why alot of Seller's have them on their bike's in '05....
If the price is right, go 4 it....
Last edited by Killer B; 06-15-05 at 08:49 PM.
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a couple rides ago, i rode with someone on one of those. looked damn sweet. parts spec is nice and the frame looks pretty tough. don't know how it levels up to the p2, but i'm pretty sure it'll be able to handle a lot of different types of riding.
about the fork, i wouldn't exactly use pinkbike as a measure for stuff like that. a lot of the guys on there are real abusive to their parts. plus, the fork spec'd on the bike is the stance flow, whereas the fork in the picture is a stance static, according to what it says... .
current ride: 2003 norco vps fluid 3.0 (custom build).
specs look good. Not sure about the frame though.
ok I think I am going to go test ride one this weekend
Jamis makes great stuff, I'd definitely look into it.